Just Being Neighborly
By Chrissy Dionne
Aug 2, 2009 - 6:57:47 PM

Dayton Stewart recently bought a home in an older suburban neighborhood in Toronto and the area couldn’t be more perfect.   All the perks about the house and the area definitely weren’t in the realtor’s information because how could anyone know that Simon Tate, a bronze god, lives right next door.

Simon has nothing against being neighborly – barbeques, ice cold beer and conversation certainly is a bonus to living next door to someone like his new neighbor Dayton.  However, Simon’s idea of being neighborly includes far more carnal activities and he’s looking forward to introducing Dayton to the full scope of being his neighbor – and he brings along his friend Mateo to make things much more interesting.


After initially meeting Dayton, Simon gets to know him in a typical neighborly fashion.  They share beers and conversations and fight hard to ignore the sexual tension – at least for now.  When Dayton and Simon get together for a late afternoon barbeque Mateo is added to the mix and it becomes obvious that Mateo is the missing element that will bring their attraction to a broiling head.  Of course, nothing sexual happens between the three of them until a week later when Dayton learns that there’s a package waiting for him over at Simon’s… only if he thought it was a package the post man dropped off, he’d better think again.  And just wait until he’s introduced to the kinky equipment Simon keeps in his special play space.


JUST BEING NEIGHBORLY by Kaenar Langford is by no means a traditional romance; it’s more of an encounter with the possibility of a romance developing.  Simon and Mateo have been lovers for quite some time and it’s obvious that they’re quite happy with their relationship but the addition of Dayton takes their encounters to an extremely hot level.  Ms. Langford pens scalding sex scenes that had me rereading them just to make sure they were as hot as I thought they were.


JUST BEING NEIGHBORLY is one of several books being released through Ellora’s Cave which are dedicated to Lara Anne Punches, a young woman whose life was cut tragically short.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to her family.

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